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I came here with my mother for my grandmothers 92nd birthday. Seen the menu plenty of times rode past it numerous times finally, made a reservation. My grandmother is from the south and she was sooooo satisfied with not only the food but the service, the environment, everything. We came for restaurant week to try it out, but by the time the Started came out we were definitely convinced we will be back as regular customers. In addition every person we encountered at South was so nice, respectful and patient with my elderly Grandmother which is greatly appreciated. MoreOpenTable Diner -
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My wife and I always love to have dinner at Emma's Cafe. This restaurant is a real "hidden gem" in Northeast Philadelphia. The food is always cooked to order from fresh ingredients, and the portions are very generous. We have had dinners at many "high end" establishments in Center City that do not come close to the excellent quality of Emma's Cafe. MoreOpenTable Diner -
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A one-of-a-kind dining experience that will keep you and your guests talking until your next visit. Encore signature hospitality means every entreé is accompanied by a fresh, organic salad and complimentary bread with homemade tapenade and hummus for your table. We're most well known for steaks, chops and seafood - filet mignon, ribeye, veal chops on-the-bone, Chilean sea bass, lobster, crab, scallops, shrimp, duck and lamb. Under new ownership - October '17.More
A simplified version of the new Queen village expansion. Open 11am - 9pm every day with later weekend hours. One simple menu all day long with daily specials and mezze options. With homemade pita bread; juices; desserts and Gyro, Kanella Grill is simply delicious. More
The farm-to-fork inspired menu will feature a wide selection of items such as gourmet burgers and chef-inspired comfort foods made from locally sourced ingredients including grass-fed Pennsylvania beef, Pennsylvania premium reserve pork, free range chicken, and locally grown produce. A unique highlight of this eatery will be a custom built Rotisserie bar roasting the freshest meats in the region. Guests will enjoy a vast list of wines from the Americas, handcrafted cocktails and 28 craft beers on tap. The restaurant features a 33-seat bar flanked by 14 large HD TVs, an 11 foot wide LED video wall and the capability for live intimate acoustic performances. Dinner will be served nightly for up to 230 guests and the late night bar open until 2am.More
Louette's Byo resides on bustling bridge street in Phoenixville P.A. although you wouldn't know that by the comfortable welcoming atmosphere. Louette's Byo boasts exposed brick, hard wood floors, and dark wood finishings.
Chef Steven Howells is proud to bring upscale, casual dining to the Phoenixville area, in the form of small sharable plates. A constantly evolving menu with fresh and seasonal items, and working with local farms and purveyors to bring you the best possible product.
Louette's Byo and all of our staff are extremely excited to bring something new to Phoenixville, and hope to see everyone soon.More
More than 20 varieties of wine, a craft brewery and a large deck overlooking the vines and natural springs pond make The Vineyard & Brewery at Hershey a fantastic place to visit.
VIP tasting experiences, the Decked-Out Live! summer concert series, murder mystery dinners, and the world-famous Merlot & Pumpkin Beer Release Party will have you coming back again and again.More
No longer just NYC’s 8th borough, Philadelphia is a well-kept secret, especially when it comes to food. Sure, you can still get a cheesesteak or its lesser-known, debatably better cousin—the roast pork sandwich—but the restaurant scene has taken off in recent years, with Israeli, vegetarian, and Spanish food in the mix. The provolone-lined cheese shops of eras gone by exist in bigger, better versions and the large, welcoming brasseries that dot Rittenhouse Square make you feel like you’re in Paris. Reading Terminal Market pays homage to Lancaster County’s Pennsylvania Dutch fare, with a bounty of pretzels and apple butter, while local bakeries, baristas, and breweries set a high culinary bar for the City of Brotherly love.